Bonnie Beebe is the owner and Clinical Director at Be Well Counseling and is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). She received a Master of Counseling degree from Arizona State University in 2007. She also has a BA degree in Psychology and a BA degree in Religious Studies from ASU.
Bonnie specializes in the revolutionary approaches of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Mindfulness-based therapies. She helps individuals work through a variety of issues and concerns. Using eclectic and holistic approaches, she treats various circumstances including life transitions/adjustment, trauma/PTSD, depression, grief and loss, multicultural concerns, spirituality and existential concerns, dissociation, infertility, and experience with issues related to donor-assisted reproduction/donor conception and donor families. She is also available to provide consultation hours to EMDR therapists seeing EMDRIA Certification, EMDRIA Approved Consultant, and EMDR Consultation to EMDR professionals.
She is a Specialty DBT Clinician and a Specialty Trauma Clinician. She is an EMDRIA Certified and an Approved Consultant (which means she has a higher level of experience and training in EMDR than the basic Level One and Level Two training), trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), trained in Mindfulness-based therapies, Cognitive Behavioral therapy (CBT), trained in Ego-State Therapy, and Structural Dissociation. She completed a one-year post graduate residency training program with intensive training in Cognitive and Behavioral therapies including DBT.
Bonnie always had a passion for teaching and learning. In addition to her practice, she has been a University of Phoenix faculty member since 2008. She is on the Steering Committee for Arizona EMDR Trauma Response and Recovery Network and currently working on a quantitative research study on early EMDR intervention. To contact Bonnie Beebe, call 480-718-1261 or contact us here.
Lorelei specializes in working with children, adults and couples. She starts with a client-centered approach and believes many of your answers are already within you. It's her job to help reveal them and she is an expert listener. She takes the whole of who you are into account - your environment, health, spirituality, relationships, view of your past, present, and future, and ultimately what works for you.
She helps you deal with anxiety, stress, depression, and self-doubt. You will clean up the past, set some boundaries, and devise a plan to get you where you want to be. Sometimes it's simply about getting back in balance and feeling some peace and contentment. She knows when you come to therapy, you might have been dealing with something for a long time and are looking for relief and practical strategies and she will customize your treatment to be what is best for you.
In her work with couples, Lorelei realizes the impact of our culture, our family of origin, and the expectations we have of ourselves and each other. Men and women are different and how we view the world and our roles in it are different. She sees communication as being one of the most important aspects of a relationship and is skilled in helping couples communicate with each other so the other understands. She’s aware that when our relationships aren’t right, that may affect everything.
Sometimes you can get stuck in your head and that's not always a friendly place. Know that you don't have to stay there. Whether it's anxiety, stress, depression, finances, relationship problems, or anything else, you don't have to face these things alone.
Lorelei acquired her master’s degree in counseling at Kent State University. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Illinois. She is a life-long learner and is a graduate of the Relationship Coaching Institute, the Life Mastery Institute, and has taken numerous life coaching trainings. She is passionate about personal development and believes the more aware and whole she is, the better she can serve her clients.
Lorelei sees clients in Tempe and our new Paradise Valley Satellite office off Tatum and Cactus at:
11811 N. Tatum Blvd. Suite #3031
Phoenix, AZ 85028
I’m very proud of you for taking the first step of your healing journey! My approach is supportive and collaborative, using a trauma informed and strength based perspective in hopes of creating a safe environment that allows you to be transparent and work towards restoration. I have experience working with anxiety, depression, grief and other trauma related issues. Together we will navigate difficulties, challenges and transitions in order to help you live a more whole life.
We will use our time together using EMDR, CBT, DBT skills, mindfulness based therapies and/or motivational interviewing to reframe negative beliefs and develop new habits to replace old ones that no longer serve you.
Life isn’t always easy, and I’m honored to walk alongside you in the rough parts and celebrate your achievements!
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Kevin Jessup has a passion for helping people find healing and a sense of meaning in their lives. He helps people from many cultures and circumstances navigate low self-esteem, low confidence, and negative limiting core beliefs to align with the highest version of themselves that can be imagined. He offers a safe, non-judgmental, and warm space for his clients to explore vulnerability, process traumas, and learn skills to improve daily functioning. He guides his clients in learning coping skills, life skills, assertive communication, and boundary setting – with others and with self. Kevin believes in meeting clients where they are. He embraces a collaborative approach – reminding everyone he meets that each of us is THE expert in our own lives. We really are. There is hope.
He has worked as a primary counselor, program director, clinical trainer, and graduate instructor. After many years, he is very experienced and comfortable working with issues such as gender identity, first responder trauma, LGBTQ+, couples communication and growth, anxiety, depression, fear of performance, obsessive compulsive behaviors, substance abuse, sexual identity, work and school adjustment, family communication, and self-development. He has helped many people discover healing in many settings such as community health, the military, Arizona State Hospital, substance abuse facilities and in home counseling. Kevin will work with you to create individualized, achievable goals, and above all else, his intention is to provide a healing space where you can come exactly as you are – and help you create positive change in the areas of your life that matter the MOST to you.
Kevin Jessup is a Mental and Behavioral Health Therapist, recognized as a Licensed Associate Counselor in the state of Arizona. He graduated with a master’s degree in Professional Counseling, with a post graduate specialization in Trauma, Abuse and Deprivation assessment and treatment. Kevin also holds a master’s degree in Human Resources with a Post Graduate Specialization in Substance Abuse Assessment and Treatment.
Kevin is also EMDR trained.
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Kimberly uses a holistic approach with her clients. This means she will adjust the modality (EMDR, CBT, DBT, Solution Focused, Narrative Therapy, Mindfulness, Psychodrama) to fit the client she is working with, creating a unique treatment plan according to their needs. She creates a space that is comfortable and safe to be vulnerable and authentic while letting her clients know they are valid and valued. Kimberly aims to develop meaningful, genuine, and lasting therapeutic relationships that are filled with rigorous honesty and open discussions.
Kimberly enjoys helping individuals overcome obstacles in daily life, build self-worth and understand their own unique needs in order to improve their current circumstances. She also likes working with parents who are struggling to understand their strong-willed child, children and adolescents struggling with anxiety, individuals with depression, individuals developing their own identity, and families dealing with transitions or struggling to effectively communicate.
Kimberly graduated from Arizona State University with her Master of Social Work and is a Licensed Master of Social Work through the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health. Her undergraduate is a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Northern Arizona University.
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My therapeutic style, similar to my personality, can be described as adventurous and holistic, and tailored to your needs. I am passionate about providing a supportive and empathetic space in which you can heal, feel, and thrive. I believe that healing and wellness are journeys that include multiple parts and therefore may require various approaches. I use a variety of evidenced-based practices and techniques, while incorporating experiences from everyday life and the surrounding environment to help you experience the journey that you believe is best for you.
I have experience in working with individuals of various identities and communities. Notably, I have experience and training in working with and advocating for underserved communities, individuals with disabilities, and BIPOC individuals. I am a sex-positive, Kink- aware, poly-friendly, and LGBTQIA+-affirmative therapist. I am also EMDR trained.
Life and its events can be challenging and uncertain. I am committed to providing you with competent and culturally-aware care to help you navigate through your needs to the best of my ability and practice. If you feel that I may be a good provider for you, feel free to contact me to begin your journey!
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Liz is a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in trauma work, PTSD, depression, anxiety, personality disorders, self-esteem issues, substance abuse, and mindfulness practices. She works with adolescents, adults, families, couples, and groups. She employs the powerful modality of EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) which allows clients to work through trauma and other issues more effectively than through talk therapy alone. She is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional through the International Association of Trauma Professionals. Through this training she has a unique technique to help clients process trauma without delving deeply into the specifics of the trauma.
Liz uses an individualized eclectic approach to therapy but she draws heavily from EMDR, Structural Dissociation Theory, Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS), DBT, CBT, REBT, Gestalt, and Solution Focused modalities. She is also experienced in a variety of meditation techniques. Her experience also includes working in a psychiatric hospital and in an intensive outpatient setting.
Liz understands that clients do not always understand why they are struggling. She helps the client navigate through basic human issues such as hopelessness, loneliness, boredom, fear, anger, guilt, shame, grief, career dissatisfaction, health, and existential crises. She helps the client put coping skills in a tool box to handle these struggles.
To contact Liz Danbury, call 480-718-1261 or contact us here.
Danielle strives to create a safe, empathetic, validating environment. She believes each person can live a full and happy life. She has worked with a variety of ages from adolescents to adults. Her goal is to help others cope with current difficulties and traumas while taking time to safely explore roots and causes of issues to create long lasting skills and healing. It’s not a question of “what’s wrong with me?” Rather, it’s putting into context what happened to you and its impact on your life. It’s about confronting the core issues of the past to make a positive change for the future.
Danielle has over 10 years of experience treating individuals and families with compassion through issues and concerns including grief, anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, career goals and work-related stress, family systems. She can help you discover the strength and resiliency inside you so you can overcome obstacles that are keeping you from living the life you were meant to live. Together, you can create meaningful, positive changes that will improve your relationships and your overall quality of life. Danielle utilizes DBT, CBT, and trauma-informed practices.
Danielle received her undergraduate degree from Arizona State University and her Master’s degree in Family Studies from Grand Canyon University. To contact Danielle Garlington, call 480-718-1261 or contact us here.
As a therapist I try to cultivate a space of safety and non-judgment that allows individuals to experience and express the most vulnerable parts of themselves. I truly believe that vulnerability is a characteristic of bravery. Sometimes the bravest thing one can do is show up for themselves!
I am a licensed marriage and family therapist specializing in couples, family, adults, and adolescent services with experience working with and treating the full spectrum of the life span. I am an Experiential Somatic Therapist. I also utilize expressive art modalities and other creative interventions. I have many tools to assist with self-expressions and self-exploration. Other therapies and modalities I utilize in my practice are CBT, DBT, Family Systems Therapy, Play Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Mindfulness, and Attachment Theory. I have experience working with a variety of issues including trauma, family stressors, relationship concerns, life changes and transitions, anxiety, stress, depression symptoms, self-esteem concerns, work/life balance, work stressors, interpersonal conflicts, multicultural concerns, adjustment, maladaptive behaviors, and attachment issues.
Collaboratively alongside you, we will create individualized goals to address your unique needs. We will focus on building your toolbox of skills that help you to accessibly, sustainably, and practically manage your symptoms, emotions, and experiences in daily life.
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I am so happy you are here and thinking about therapy. I believe that everyone can benefit from therapy, and the first step of beginning therapy is being curious about who your future therapist might be. To me, the most important component of therapy is the therapeutic relationship. With this, my aim is to provide you with a space that is curious, safe, nurturing, healing, playful, and expressive. In this space, I’d like to help you explore feelings, identify resilience, strengthen your relationship with yourself, and experience growth. Each individual is unique, and your therapeutic treatment should reflect this uniqueness. I use several different modalities to ensure I am meeting you where you are at. With adults, I incorporate DBT, MCBT, poly vagal, and sand tray into the session. With children, toys are the language of play, and I honor that by utilizing experiential play therapy, sand tray, and poly vagal techniques in session. I understand that it’s not ideal for each individual to meet in person for an appointment, and because of this, I offer appointments in the office or through a confidential virtual telehealth platform. Asking for help can be difficult, and therapy can seem intimidating, but If you are reading this, you may be ready to take that first courageous step. I welcome the opportunity to cultivate a safe space for you. To contact Alexandra Ridel, please click here.
Brenna is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has experience in working with
adolescents and adults with trauma and PTSD, ADHD, OCD, anxiety,
depression, parenting, relationships, and various adjustments. She provides
therapy to adolescents, adults, and families. She uses an empathetic but direct
approach to build rapport which she believes is key in the therapeutic process.
She helps clients to build insight into themselves, understand unhealthy patterns,
and discover root causes to their challenges.
As a Brainspotting trained therapist, she helps clients go beyond talk therapy
utilizing an advanced brain-body therapy that focuses on identifying, processing,
and releasing trauma, mental health imbalances, and residual emotional stress.
Brenna is also trained in Exposure and Response Prevention (EX/RP, ERP)
which is an effective type of CBT therapy for individuals struggling with
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Brenna also utilizes Cognitive
Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness-based approaches, and Motivational
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Venesa Chee is a Licensed Master Social Worker. She received her Master's degree from Arizona State University. She has a passion for advocating for others and helping others become self-empowered. She helps clients navigate low self-esteem, low confidence, and negative limiting core beliefs to align with the highest version of yourself. She offers a safe, non-judgmental, and warm space for her clients to explore vulnerability, process traumas, and learn skills to improve daily functioning. She guides her clients in learning coping skills, life skills, assertive communication, and boundary setting. Venesa believes in meeting clients where they are and she embraces a collaborative approach of allowing her clients to be an expert on their life.
She has worked as a program director and primary counselor at a community mental health clinic and worked in family reunification services. Venesa will work with you to create individualized, achievable goals, and above all else, her intention is to provide a healing space where you can come exactly as you are and help you create positive change for you to live your full potential. Her modalities include EMDR, Mindfulness, CBT, and Motivational Interviewing.
To contact Venesa Chee, call 480-718-1261 or contact us here
In my practice, individuals learn how traumatic events impact the nervous system and what natural skills we possess in shaping the architecture of our brains.
I am a Spanish bilingual counselor and licensed Master of Social Work with over 15 years of experience in the mental health field. I help clients learn from life’s challenges and approach counseling from a belief that distress can come from a search for answers, misalignment with our core values, or gaps in awareness. My therapeutic approach is rooted in strengths-based models, family systems theory, positive psychology, integrative health, and creative expression. Each person has their own ecosystem. I look for thinking and behavior patterns to explore and encourage growth that reveals steps to make progress. Respect and connection are at the heart of everything I do to work in partnership to develop personalized interventions. I embrace a multicultural lens recognizing that culture, diversity, and gender identity play a significant role in mental health. I have worked as a provider in outpatient settings and program development for youth, adolescents, adults, families, and geriatrics. My expertise lies in working with adults to bring understanding and support to clients who struggle with the effects of stress, depression, or feeling stuck in life’s ups and downs. Whether it's helping you to adapt, gain clarity, overcome a situation, or improve your sense of self, I am here to help you move forward toward greater contentment. I invite you to connect today and start your journey of self-discovery. Socorro “Sukey” Dominguez is a board-certified Licensed Master of Social Work who obtained her master's at Arizona State University in addition to an MBA and Bachelor in Social Work, Summa Cum Laude. She is trained in Mindfulness, Trauma Informed Care, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) and is a Master Trainer in Motivational Interviewing and Health Coaching. To contact Sukey, please click here
"Tu visión se hará clara solo cuando mires dentro de tu propio corazón. Quien mira hacia fuera, sueña; quien mira hacia dentro, despierta" ~ Carl Jung
¡Hola! Soy una consejera bilingüe en español y con una Licencia y maestría en trabajo social. Con más de 15 años de experiencia en la profesión de salud mental, he trabajado como proveedora en entornos ambulatorios y desarrollo de programas para jóvenes, adolescentes, adultos, familias y geriatría. Ayudo a clientes a aprender de los desafíos de la vida y a abordar con la creencia de que la angustia puede provenir de la búsqueda de respuestas, la falta de alineación con nuestros valores fundamentales o áreas para crecer en la conciencia. Mi experiencia se centra en trabajar con adultos para brindar comprensión y apoyo a clientes que están luchando con los efectos del estrés, la depresión o sienten que están atascados en los altibajos de la vida. Mi enfoque terapéutico está basado en modelos de fortalezas personales, teoría de sistemas familiares, psicología positiva, salud integrativa y expresión creativa. Incorporo la vida cotidiana para fomentar el crecimiento y revelar soluciones que generen progreso. El respeto y la conexión están al corazón de todo lo que hago para trabajar en colaboración y desarrollar intervenciones personalizadas. Abrazo una perspectiva multicultural reconociendo que la cultura, la diversidad y la identidad de género juegan un papel significativo en la salud mental. Ya sea que se trate de ayudar a adaptarse, ganar claridad, superar una situación o mejorar el sentido de sí mismo, estoy aquí para ayudarlo a avanzar hacia un mayor contentamiento. Le invito a contactarme hoy y comenzar su viaje de autodescubrimiento. Socorro "Sukey" Dominguez esta Licenciada en Trabajo Social LMSW certificada por la junta con una maestría en la Universidad del Estado de Arizona (Arizona State University), además de una Maestría en Administración de Empresas (MBA) y una Licenciatura en Trabajo Social, Summa Cum Laude. Está capacitada en técnicas de Mindfulness, Cuidado Informado por Trauma, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Terapia Cognitivo-Conductual (CBT), Terapia Racional Emotiva (REBT) y es entrenadora certificada en Entrevista Motivacional y Entrenamiento en Salud.
My goal is assisting clients with identifying and addressing internal and interpersonal goals by breaking cycles that do not work for them. The goal is to have clients gain autonomy and empowerment to address complex issues and concerns pragmatically, effectively, and consistently. Demographics include teens, young adults, and adults (individual session). The populations I work with include Developmental Trauma and/or Trauma, SMI, Personality Disorders, BFRB, Bipolar Disorder, and Neurodiversity (Autism, ADHD, and OCD). I utilize a multi-modal approach to ensure clients receive services that best meet their individualized needs.
A multi-modal approach is utilized with Attachment Theory, Inner-Child, DBT, CBT, REBT, Person-Centered, Polyvagal, Pragmatic Psychology, and other various modalities. I have completed EMDR training and can provide EMDR therapy to address trauma responses, triggers, existential anxiety, etc.
The goal is to help clients pragmatically break cycles that do not work internally or interpersonally for them through self-regulation and co-regulation during and outside of therapy. My personal goal is to help clients gain autonomy and empowerment to assist clients in meeting complex goals and/or emotions. I look forward to helping you on your healing journey.
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Jasmen employs an eclectic approach to therapy, which means she utilizes a variety of skills and techniques that best suit the needs of a specific client. She takes a tailored and holistic approach to therapy. Every client needs something different, and she works to provide that along the way.
Jasmen specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Behavioral Motivational Interviewing Techniques (BMIT). She strives to incorporate these principles into your everyday life and relationships. Jasmen believes each person has the potential to build their own wellness and meet personal goals. Everyone is capable of growth, self-love, and healing. Her goal will be to help you take ownership of your treatment.
Jasmen is a Licensed Associate Counselor (LAC) through the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health. She received her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northern Arizona University. She also has a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from UNC Charlotte. Jasmen has experience working with individual adults who may be going through life changes, anxiety, depression, and trauma-related events.
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Jeremy Gwizaldski is a licensed therapist who provides a safe nurturing environment for children, adolescents, and adults focus on relationship, well-being, and mental health issues. He focuses on topics such as life adjustment, depression, anxiety, relationship and family issues, life transitions, ADHD, autism spectrum and neurodivergent individuals, and attachment issues. He specializes in trauma and childhood attachment issues which tend to impede emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual growth. He works with you to resolve big or little traumas or negative experiences. He focuses on healing with positive psychology by finding and resolving underlying issues rather than just putting a band-aid on symptoms.
He uses a variety of research-based modalities which are effective and efficient, such as EMDR, Positive Psychology, Play Therapy, Couples’ Conversations, Narrative Therapy, and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
Allow him to help you and your loved ones move forward by processing and letting go of difficult issues, burdens, and symptoms and achieve your optimal health and wellness in life.
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Kelly specializes in working with adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Her areas of focus include relationship problems, conflict resolution, domestic violence, anxiety, depression, trauma, mood disorders, and personality disorders. Kelly practices through an eclectic framework, tailoring treatment to meet the unique needs of her client(s). Her unique and individualized approach to therapy draws upon a variety of modalities including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic, and Solution Focused theories.
She understands each person is as unique as their reasons for seeking support. Therefore, their treatment should be as individual as they are. Her experience includes working as a family court mediator, community mental health clinician and psychiatric social worker. Kelly is a licensed social worker (LCSW). She received a Master of Social Work with a focus in children, youth and families, from Arizona State University. She also has a BA degree in History and has worked as a teacher.
To contact Kelly Kerrigan, call 480-718-1261 or contact us here.
She holds a Master of Social Work with a focus on Trauma Counseling. and has walked with individuals, couples, families, adolescents and adults. Her training includes EMDR, a specialization in DBT, ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), and Psychodrama.
Fláget also holds a B.S. in Occupational Therapy (OT) with specialized training in neurology and trauma's impact on the brain. Flaget practiced OT using sensory processing and movement techniques that can be useful with mental health issues. In addition, she holds a Master of Theology. While she is committed to her own faith journey, she respects and learns from each person's spiritual path. If desired by the client, Flaget is skilled at companioning those who have been hurt or disillusioned by their faith traditions as well as walking with clients in discerning their unique spiritual paths.
Fláget believes that each person's beauty and truth are inside waiting for encouragement to be known and expressed. Entering this process can lead to more freedom, creativity, and healthy risk-taking in one's current life and relationships. To contact Fláget, call 480-718-1261 or contact us here.
IsaBella wholeheartedly believes that the client is the expert on their own life and the master of their own destiny. Therefore, her primary focus is to collaboratively build a strong foundation of trust, acceptance, and mutual respect that honors the client’s story as well as their willingness to change. She will work with you to create individualized, achievable goals that translate to sustainable change and identify how to maintain your progress outside the counseling environment. She provides a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space and person-centered therapy to assist clients achieve personal growth and change.
IsaBella has experience working with adolescents and adults for a variety of issues, including anxiety, depression, life-transitions, trauma-related issues, and personality disorders. She employs an eclectic approach to therapy, which means she utilizes a variety of skills and techniques that best suit the needs of a specific client.
IsaBella is a Licensed Associate Counselor who obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Psychological Sciences and a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northern Arizona University. She is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Structural Dissociation Theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT).
IsaBella invites you to learn how you can challenge yourself to try new experiences and become unstuck from the unhelpful patterns that keep you from living a full and complete life.
To contact IsaBella Parada, call 480-718-1261 or contact us here.